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Real People • Real Places • Real anguage Kristin L. Johannsen

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Aust ralia · Brazi l· Japan · Korea · Mex ic o · Singapo re · Spain · Uni ted Kingdom . Un ited Sta tes

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HEINLE (ENGAGE Learn ing

World English Intro A Workbook Real People. Real Plac es . Rea l la nguage Kristin l. Johannsen

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CONTENTS

Scope and Sequence ................................................................................................................................................

iv-v

Credits............................................................................................

......................................................................................

vi

Unit 1

Friends and Fam ily ................................................................ ..........__ ........................................................................

7

Unit 2

Jobs arou nd the World .........................................................................................................................................

13

Unit3

Houses and Apartments........................................................................................... ........................ .....................

19

Unit4

Possessions ............................ ............................................................................................. .

................. ........................

25

UnitS

Daily Activities .............................................................. ........ .. .............. ........................................................................

31

Unit6

Getting There ................................................................................................~ ........................................... .................

37

Vocabulary Ind ex ..................................................................................................................................................

.. ....................

43

Cont

iii . .

SCOPE AND SEQUENCE

I

Grammar

I

Vocabulary

I

Communication

I an Redadwin~t· n mg

Family and Friends paqe 7

Simple p resent tense:

be

Family members

f-

z

Possessive adj ective

Adjecti ves

Simple present tense negative: be

Jobs

Describing family and friends

~

Contractions

Cities, countries, continents

There is/ there are

Rooms in a house

f-

Prepositions of place: on,

~

in, under, next to

Furn iture and househol d objects

(Y)

z

Personal possessions Electronic products

Asking for persona l information

f-

z

~

Simple present tense

Tel ling tim e

Adverbs of frequency

Da ily activities

Writing se ntences about family members "Farmers of the World"

Describing a country

Describing a farmer 's country and job

Describing a house or apartment

"What's in Your

Bedroo m ?"

Linking words

Describing the things in your bedroom

Talking about personal electronics

Possessive nouns

l.()

"Two Families"

Describing a dai ly routine

Describing a special possessions

"A Dog's Work"

Describing a job

Work activi ties

Directions

Asking for and giving directions

Writing a travel diary

Ground transportation

v

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CREDITS (3) Baloncici/Shutterstock, (4) Angel Herrero de Fru os/iStockphoto, (5 ~

ILLUSTRATION 7: (all) Keith Neely/l li ustrationOnline.com; 10: (tl National Geographic Maps, (b both) Keith leely/lllustrationOnllne.com; 14: Ted Hammondl Ill us rati on Onli ne.com; 15: National Geographic Maps; 16, 17: (all) Ralph Vo ltzllllustra tionOnline.com; 21: Palrick Gnan/illustra ionOnline. com ; 22: (both) Ralph Voltzllllustrati onOnline.com; 25: Ted Ham mondl IliustrationOnline.com; 26: Ralph lfoltzllllustra tion Online.com; 38: Bob Kayganich/lllustrati onOnline.com; 40: (t) Na tion al Geographic Maps, (1,2) Ted Hamrnond/lli ustrationOnl ine.com, (3,4) Patrick Gnanl IllustrationOnl ine.com, (5,6) Ted Hammond/lliustrationOnline.com

Rhay/iStockpholO, (6) Dave Logan/iStock photo, (7) Pau l Hill/iStockpho' (8) MalibuBooks/ Shutt r5 ock; 20: (t) Nathan Winrer/iStockphoto, (b) Paul Prescott/Shutters ock; 24: Ruta Saulyte-Laurinaviciene/Shut erstc. 27: (1) Arvind Bal aram n/5huttersrock, (2) Ma rk Blinch/Reu ters/Lando (3) Natalia Siverina/iStockphoto, (4) Gra ham Tomlin/iStockpho to, (5) Lee PettetiiStockphoto, (6) iStockphoto, (7) Milos Luzanin/iStockphoto, (8) Sean Locke/iStockphoto, (9) Stetan Herm alls/i Stockphoto, (b) Tom De Bru yn e/iStockphoto; 28: ( ) Midhat Becar/i Stockp hoto, (m) iStockph oto, (b) Stephen Umahtete/iStockph oto; 29: Joseph Je n'Roliand Dubel

iStoc p ho to; 30: Elnur Ami kishiyev/,iStockphoto; 31 : (t) Mi chael Tupy/

iStockphoto, (1) Zsol t Nyulaszi/iStockphoto, (2) Brad Kilier/iStoc kphoto,

PHOTO

(3) iStockphoto, (4) Photos toGo.com , (5, 6) photos.com; 32: Patryk Ga lka

Cover photo: Remi Benal i/Co rb is.

iStockphoto; 33: (I) Jim West/Ala my, (r) iStockphoto; 34: (t) Al trendo

8: (1 to 4) iStockphoto, (5) Zhang Bo/iStockphoto, (me) Bren

Bossoml

iStockphoto, (6) Huchen Lu/iStockphoto, (7) Apoliofoto/S hunerstock; 9:

(1) Suprijono Suharjoto/iStockphoto, (2) Image Sou rce/Jupiterlmages, (3) Sa ndra O'Clai re/iStockphoto, (4) Andriy Solovyov/i5tockphoto, (5) T-Design/Shutterstoc k, (6) Image Source/Jupiterl ag es, (7) MiroslilV Ferkuniak/iStockphoto, (8) Daniej RodrigueziiStockphoto; 12: iStockphoto;

13: (1) Nadejda Rei d/iStock photo, (2) Diego Cervo/i5 tockphoto, (3) Francis Wong Chee Yen/Shutterstock, (4) Jacob Wacke rhausen/iStockph oto, (5) Nathan Gleave/iStockphoto, (6) AVAlfNShu tterstock, (7) iStockphoto, (8) Yung shu Chao/iStockphoto; 18: iStockphoto; 19: (1) Chris Rodenberg

Images/Getty Images, (m) iStockphoto, (b) Eureka Slide/AGE Fotostock;

35: Rob Ma rm ion/Shutterstock, 36: Eric Hood/iStockphoto; 37: (1 , 2)

PhotostoGo.com, (3) Justin Horrocks/iStockphoto, (4) Silvia JallSen/

iStockpho to, (5) Jeffrey Smith/iStockphoro, (6) Steven Alian/iSto ckphoto,

. (7) Sean Locke/iStockphoto, (8) ExaMedia Photography/Shutterstock, (9) iStoc pho to, (10) Roman Mile tliStockph oto, (11) Chris Howes/Wild Places Photography/Ala my, (12) David R. Frazier Photolibrary/Alamy; 39: (1 to 4) Vin cent Colin/iStockphoto, (5) AlGA Design; 41: (t1) Jeremy Edwards/ iStockphoto, (tr) Shaun Lowe/iStockphoto, (bl) Gu y Sargent/iStockphoto, (br) Dirk Freder/iStockp hoto; 4 2:

arcel Peli etier/iStockphoto

Photography/Shutters tock, (2) Bernardo Grijalva/Shunerstock,

c.

vi

Cr dlts

FAMILY AND FRIENDS

UNIT

1

ck

esson A A. Write th e sentences agai n. Use contractio ns.

""""7.:::.~

1.

We are Tom and Jason .:...: W:..::e--''r-=-e--' . .t-=-om:.:..:....::a:.:..n=d-=J:..:::a:.::.s-=-o:..:.: n.'--_ _ _

2. 3.

He is Mr. Sm ith I am Ai sh a _ _

4.

You are Stefan. __

5.

They are Luis and M rt '

6.

She is Noriko. ------------~7~'---------------

_ __

_ _ _ __

_

_

.&-=

.- - - - -/--'.. /

7 ~ .

J' _

B. Unscramble the conversa tions. Add capitals and pun ctu at ion. 1.

2.

A: it hi how's going _H_i._H_o_w_·S_it~g'-o_in-"g'-?_ _ _ _ _ _ _~"-----------B: hneyoua nd _ _ _ ___ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ ~_ _ ________~~~ A: good how you mornIng ar e _ _ __

B: hne how thank c11ld are fall 3. A: thi s friend is Yong-Jun my _ _ _ _ _ __ B: you nice meet to Yong-Ju r _ C: nice too to meet you _ _ __ _ _ _ __ C. Complete t he sentences with possessive adjectives (my, your, his, her, their, our)

4. 1.

His

~ennY

2.

3

name is Jacob.

_ _

~are Mr.

and Mrs. Lee.

5.

/

names are

Jenn y and Katelyn.

_

6.

_~Annie.

~mei~

. Blac .

Fam ily and Fr ends

7

Lesson B

E

A. Unser mble the fami ly mem bers. 1. refa ht father 2.

the rol,

3..

rot herb retiss

4

*__________ /

_

7

__ /

/ ;/-- - ­

A.

~

___ _ __ _ __

5. fagrati t. 6. 7.

X.

nadbusl

h,

8. ewfi __

B. La bel the people in the fam ily tree.

,.

.' -

-

-----'-­

C. Com plete the senten~h the present tense for m of be. 1. i

2 3.

I _

Teresa .

/

7

/

my brother.

They _ _ __ _7/

-.£___

7 . . /. :......-_ 1/ ------,;1----

4. live _ _ _ _ _ _

: - - - - - - - --

5

6. You _ _ _ _ _ __

8

Unrt 1

~

my grandfat her and grandmother. happy fami ly.

.

my sister. my frie nd.

FAMILY AND FRIENDS

UNIT 1

Lesson C A. Label the pictures with words from the box.

1, _ _

,.

5. _ _ __

1. _ __

B. Write sentences about a friend. Use words from exerCISe A 1.

My f riend's

__ I

nel __

2.

3,

4.

C. Com pl ete the co nversat ions. 1,

A: You're tall and blUrl I B: ~,

2. A: _

_

. JU I

B: David

'-' lIdS

curly black hail'.

bra hers mrlrri rl7

_I

Pal. _ _ __

rp ore and Are t ere. Realtor:

This hOllse isn' bi g, but It's very nice. (1) _ __ _ __ two bedrooms, and

Mr. Chang:

(2) (3)

Realtor:

Yes, (4)

Mr. Chang:

That's good. (6)

Realtor:

No, (7)

a living room.

close s in the bed rooms?

And (5) _ _ _ _ __ a big kitchen .

a garage?

. But (8) _ _ _ _ _ _ a beautiful garden.

C. Write questions. Write an swers about your house or apartment. 1. (two bathrooms)

Are there two bathrooms in your house?

Yes, there are. OR No, there aren't.

2.

(a kitchen) _,=s__________

________________ ___________

3.

(a living room) ______-----'-______________ __ __ ______ _

4.

(closets) _ _________ _ ______ _______ _ __ ____ ______

Houses and Apartments

19

Lesson B

A. Chan ge the sentences. Make them plural. 1. There is one bedroom in hi s apartment. (two) There are t wo bedrooms In hi s apartment. 2.

Th ere is one clo set in my house. (three)

3.

There is one ba hroom in her house. (two)

4.

There is

one fi replace in the ir ho use. (two)

5. There is one window In my bedroom. (three)

A. I

B. Describe these ho uses. Use yo ur id ea s. 1.

a. bed roo ms There are ten bed room s in th is house. b. ba throoms __________________________ _ __ c. fi replace ___________ ___ ________________________ d. ga rage _ ___ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ e. swimming pool _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

f. (your own idea) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

B. 2. a. bed rooms _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ __ _ _ _ b. bathroom _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ __ _ c. garden _ _________________ __________ _ ____ d.living roorr _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ __ _ _ _ __ _ _ __ e. swimmi ng ~ool_----------------------f. (your own Idea) _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

Unit 3

HOUSES AND APARTMENTS

UNIT3

Lesson C

A. La bel the things in the apartment.

1.

microwave

sofa

bed

table

stove

armchai r

lam p

coffee table

refrigerator

chair

TV

bookcase

sofa

7. 8.

2. ..,

,).

9.

4.

10.

5.

11 .

6.

12.

B. Look at the picture in exercise A. Com plete the sentences with in ,on, under, or next to' 1. Th e dog is on 2.

The bookcase

3.

Th e picture is

4.

The TV is

5.

The nowers are

6.

The refrigerator is

IS

the sofa. the bed. the living room wall. the living room. the coffee table. the stove.

7. The lamp is

the bookshelf

8.

the kitchen.

The table is

C. Complete the senten ces about your house or apartment

_e_T_V_ _ __ __ _ __ _ is next to the window 1. _Th 2. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ ___ Isnex 0 _____________________ ____ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ isln _______ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ 3. _____________ _ _ _ __ ison _____________________

4.

Houses and Apa men s 21

Lesson 0

What's

in Your

Bedroom.

A. C

B. C

My name is Yoshi. I'm from Nagoya, in Japan. This is my bedroom. It's small, but th ere are two ~ I osets and a big window. There isn't a bed. There is a futon - it's a Japanese bed. The futon is in the closet during the day. There is a small table for my books, but there isn't a chair. I sit on the floor.

I'm Jessie. I'm from Los Angeles in the United States. My sister and I have a bedroom together. There are two beds. Her bed is next to the door, and my bed is under the window. There's a bookcas e with many books and a lamp. The computer table and chair are next to my bed. Our bedroom isn't big, but it's very nice.

22

Unit 3

c

HOUSES AND APARTMENTS

UNIT3

A. Check (v') all t he correct answers. 1. There is a table.

Yoshi's bedroom ./

IJessie's bedroom ./

2. There are two beds.

3. There are books. 4. It's small. 5. There is a chair. 6. There is a wmdovv.

B. Dr·aw a picture of yo ur bedroom.

c. Write about the things in you r bedroom.

Houses and Apartments

23

Review Solve th e crossword puzzl e using vocabulary and grammar from this uni t.

c.

Across

Down

3.

The ta bl e is _

5.

The bookcase is _

6.

"Are there windows In your kitche n?" "1\]0, there _ :.

3.

7.

The car IS in the

4. The books are in the

8.

The re _

9.

The stove is in r ~

10. There _ 11.

the door. (2 wo rds)

two a mchalrs in the living room.

a fi re' lace in the living room.

The bed is in tr,~ '

12. Is

24

the dini llg room.

Unit 3

a coffee able in your livi ng roo m?

1.

The re are three bedroom s in my_.

2. The flowe rs are

rhe table.

"Is th ere a TV in your bed roo m?" "No, there _:'

6. I don't have a house. I have an

4 Lesson A A. Unscramble the possessions. 1. okbo

b

7. gba

b

syek

k

2.

koontobe

n

8.

3.

yardinocti

cI

9. chatw

4.

ginr

w

TO.

sssalge

9

5, lackn ece

n

11.

dna hbga

h

6. tallwe

w

12.

pne

p

B. Look at th e pictu re Write questio ns wi th this. that. these, and rhose. 1. keys

Are these your keys?

(

2. dicti ond

3.

!

l}

books _

4. glasses ___ 5.

bookbag _

6.

wall et

7.

n ot e bo o~ 5 _ _

8.

watch

C. Read the chart. Complete the sen tences with possessive nouns. Paul

Francisco

Jennie

ca r

Toyota

Ford

KIA

house

1 bedroom, 1bathroom

6 bedrooms. 4 bathrooms

3 bedrooms, 1 ba hroom

dog

name: Blackie

nam e: Missie

na me: Max

1.

Jennie

dog is Max.

2.

house is very big.

3.

car is Japanese.

4.

house is very small.

5.

dog is Missie.

6.

ca r is Korean.

Possessions

2S

Lesson B A. Look at th e picture of Ani ta and her brothe r Ma rtin. Write sente nces with this, that, these, and those.

' / 'keys/ Anita 2.

These are Anit a's keys.

cari Anita _ _ _ _-'--__

3. glasses/Ma rtin 4.

hand bag/Anita

c

book/Martin

J .

6. wallet/An ita

7. ho use/Ma rt in

B. Write lists. l.

What's in your ba ?

2

Whlt's on your desk?

c. Say 'th E" words. Wri te them in the correct part of the chart. these he's

it is

he his

this isn't

long e sound like sheep

26

Unit 4

~

she three'

,

we

Short i sound like ship

B

UNIT4

POSSESSIONS

Lesson C A. _abel the pictu res. camcorder CD player

iPhone'" DVD player

iPod lt C

"phone

car audio laptop

electronic dictionary

-

.: f)

________ 3 ________

_________ 8. __________ 9. __________

6. _ _ __ __ 7

B. Wri te short answers. 1.

Do you have an elect ronic dictionary? Yes, I do. OR No.1 dO"..;..'t_._______---'--_ _ _________

2. Does your teac her have glasses? ________ ________________ __

3.

Do your friends have cell phones? _ __

4.

Do you have a DVD player? _ _

5. Do your father and moth er hav_ camera' _______________________________ 6.

Do you have a car? ___________________________________________

I ptop'? _ __

7. Does your father hd....

C Complete the con

on.

Cherie:

(1) _ ____ you have a laptop?

Mia:

Yes. (2) ____

Cherie: Cherie:

n plec ronie dIctionary'

Yes.This dictionary 1.:1) _ _ _ _ t'1glish, Fren 5 ans a 0 Japa ese.

Wow. What about a camera ?(5) _ _ __ camera?

Mia:

No, (6) _ ___ _ _ _ _ B

Mia:

And do (3) _

~_~~ t

__

~rea .

I 's in my bag.

__

Th ere's a ca mera in my cel l phone.

Cherie:

You (8)

a lot of cool th ingsl

Posst::Ss'on

27

Lesson 0

Special Possessions

B.

A. Read about these special possessions. Maite: I have a very pretty necklace. It's my m other's necklace from Mexico. It's made of silver. My fa mily is from Mexico an d t he necklace is ve ry old-abou t 100 yea rs o ld!

Andy: My specia l possession is a pictu re. All t he members of my fami ly are in the picture: my gra ndfather, my grandmother, my fath er, my mother, and all my brot hers an d siste rs. The pi ctu re is two years old . It's in my living ['oom now.

Bella: I have on e very specia l possess io n. It's my came ra. It's new and it 's very smal l. It 's a ve ry good camera, and it isn't chea pl I take p ict ures of my friends and fam il y.

28

Unit 4

c.

POSSESSIONS

UNIT 4

B. Circle T for true or F for false .

T



2. Bella's camera is smal l.

T

3. Ma ite's necklace is ma de of gold.

1.

Mai te's fam ily is from Mexico.

4.

An dy's fam ily is b ig.

T T

5.

Andy's picture is o ld.

T

F F F F

6.

Bella's special possession is a pict ure.

T

F

C. Write these sentences aga in. Use cap ital letters (A B C) and punctu atio n (,). my special possession is a watch it's very big and old it's gold it's special beca use it's my grandfather's wa tch and it's 100 years old

D. VVrite about a special po ssession. Wh ti s it 7 1s it old or new 7 15 it big o r small 7 Why is it special 7

Possessions

29

L

Review

A. I

Solve the crossword puzzle wi th grammar and vocabulary from this unit.

B.

Across 1. _

Down yo u have a cel l phone?

My _

is En glis h and Spanish .

6. ' A e these your glasses?""No, t hey _."

2. a DVD

7.

My money is in my_.

3.

a small computer

9.

things you have

4.

We

"Do you have a ca mera 7"" __, I don't:'

5.

10.

11 That camera 13.

30

1.

Unit4

IS

$20. It's

"Do you have a ca r?""__, I do:'

8. 12.

a ca mcorder.

she have a ca r?

Is that your bag? No, it_. David

an iPod.

(

DA ILY ACTIVITES

UNIT

5

Lesson A A. What ti me is it? Write the ti me. 1. 4:45 It.'s a quart.er t.o.flve.

4.9:15 _ _ _ _ __ _ _ __

2. 11 :00 _ __ _ __ _ _ __

5. 2:30 _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ __

3.

6

7:30 _ _ _ _ __ _ _ __

'B. What ti me do

YOLI

Nay..

do t hese things ? Wri te sentences.

1. I st.art. work at. eight. o'clock.

2. _ __

3 _____

4.

5. _ _ __ _ _ _ __ _

6.

~

_ _ __

C. Complete the time expression by writing the co rrect word: in , on, at, every. 1.

take a na p

2.

)dr~

3.

I do my homework

4.

We don't work

5.

I getup

ahern oon

hal0.~

I,,)"

1,
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